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The Numbers Game - Dec. 3, 2011

by Staff Writer / Montréal Canadiens

LOS ANGELES – Here’s a numerical look at the game between the Canadiens and the Kings at the Staples Center on Saturday afternoon.

4 – Number of wins registered by the Canadiens in Los Angeles since March 2004.

141 – Number of games played by Michael Cammalleri at the Staples Center in his career, doing so for the first time as a Hab on Saturday afternoon.

26 – Consecutive number of times the Canadiens’ power play unit was held off the scoresheet before Tomas Plekanec found the back of the net in the second period against the Kings on the PP.

387:55 – Elapsed time between Plekanec’s most recent power play goal and his third goal with the man advantage on Saturday afternoon to snap the Habs’ scoreless streak.

557 – Number of players who have picked up at least one point with the Canadiens over the years, including Louis Leblanc who registered his first NHL assist on Andrei Kostitsyn’s second-period goal.

6 – Number of points racked up by Kostitsyn in six career games against the Kings, his highest points-per-game average against any NHL team.

8:16 – Shorthanded ice time enjoyed by Hal Gill against the Kings, leading both teams in that category.

23:05 – Number of minutes Raphael Diaz was used in the tilt, including 10:05 in the first period alone.



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